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Charlie Sheen wants to play Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn again. The actor, who hasn’t starred in a movie since 2012 and probably doesn’t have to make another film again after Two and a Half Men, has been talking about Major League 3 since last year. The original movie’s writer/director, David S. Ward, has a finished script most of the original cast is game to come back for, according to Sheen.

Below, find out what another Major League sequel would be about.

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When the comedy Major League was released in 1989, little did we know how perfectly Charlie Sheen would personify the Wild Thing moniker he portrayed in film. He was crazy at the time, but in recent years Sheen has been better known for coke, hookers, million dollar paychecks and Jon Crier than making movies. Still, the Wild Thing has been our reality for years and, in an interview with TMZ, Sheen said he’s doing “everything in his power” to once again make our heart sing on the big screen. If the powers that be greenlight a script, Sheen wants to make another Major League movie. Read more details after the break. Read More »

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Will Wild Thing return to the plate for another at-bat? Last year, Bob Uecker revealed that he’s been contacted from the creative team behind the first three Major League films, and that they are developing a Major League 4. I noted at the time that I wouldn’t expect Charlie Sheen to reprise the role of Rick ‘Wild Thing’ Vaughn, as Sheen didn’t return for the last film and this would likely be an even smaller production. It looks like I might be wrong after all.

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Right Stuff Wrong Sex

300 producer Scott Mednick is teaming with Academy Award-winning screenwriter David S. Ward (The Sting, Sleepless in Seatle) to develop a feature film about the secret women’s space program, based on Margaret A. Weitekamp’s book Right Stuff, Wrong Sex: America’s First Women in Space Program (Gender Relations in the American Experience). I’ve always been interested in stories about the space program, and the Woman in Space program is ripe for the big screen.
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